Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Defining alert actions

An alert action is an action that you specify for the system to take when specified conditions are met. Alert actions determine in advance what actions to take for warning or failure events on intrusion, fans, temperatures, voltages, power supplies, memory, and redundancy.

For example, if a fan probe on the system reads a fan RPM of 300 and your minimum warning threshold value for that fan probe is 600 RPM, then the system generates a fan probe warning. Alert action settings determine how users are notified of this event. You can also configure alert actions for temperature, voltage, and probe readings that fall within the warning or failure range.


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